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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
Division of Guihulngan City
PINUCAUAN HIGH SCHOOL
District of Vallehermoso
2nd Periodical Test in TLE Agriculture Grade 7
Name: ______________________________

Date: ______________________

I.
Multiple Choice :
Encircle the letter of your correct answer.
1. Which of the following is an example of a digging tool?
a. bolo b. crowbar c. grub hoe d. pruning shears
2. Which tool does not belong to the group?
a. crowbar b. mattock c. shovel d .pruning shears
3. Which of the following tools is used to harvest crops?
a. knife b. plow c. spade d. basket
4. Which tool appears to be like a spoon and is used in transferring the soil?
a. Spade b. Shovel c. Spading Fork d. Grub Hoe
5. A tool with one end of the blade flattened and the other pointed at right angles
to the handle is a _________ .
b. a. mattock b. crowbar c. bolo d. spade
6. Which of the following tools is used to cut unwanted branches of trees or shrubs?
a. Knife b. Bolo c. Pruning Shear d. Sickle
7. A tool with one end of the blade flattened and the other pointed at right angles
to the handle is a _________ .
a. mattock b. crowbar c. bolo d. spade
8. This tool is used in watering seedlings, and young plants.
a. water pail b. water gallons
c. sprinklers
d. water hose
9. A tool which is used to dig canals, break hard topsoil and dig up stones and tree
stumps.
a. spade
b. crowbar c. trowel
d. pick mattock
10. This tool is used in cleaning the ground and levelling the topsoil.
a. spade b. spading fork c. rake d. pick mattock
11. An open container with a single wheel at the front and two handles at the back
used to transport things is a ________ .
a. hand tractor b. tractor c. basket d.
wheel barrow
12. Farm tools are very important in pre-horticultural operations because they ______
.
a. Make work easier b. make work faster c. save time and effort d. all of
the above.
13. What tool is used in cutting grasses?
a. pruning shears b. bolo c. sickle
d. shovel
14. What implement is being pulled by a working animal to till the land?
a. harrow b. native plow c. disc plow d. disc harrow
15. It is a land preparation activity that pulverizes the soil and exterminates the
weeds that may have been buried into the soil during the first land preparation
activity.
a. furrowing
b. harrowing c. plowing d. fallowing
16. It is a method of pre-germinating seeds in a cloth by allowing its radicle to come
out before
germinating it in a seedbox or seedbed.
a. Tissue method b. Ragdoll method
c. Immersion method d. Test tube
method
17. It is considered as the best water for the plants.
a. river water
b. artesian well water c. spring water d. rainwater

18. It is a method of transferring seedlings from the seedbox or seedbed to


individual receptacle or container.
a. seeding b. germinating c. pricking d.
hardening
19. It is a final land preparation activity that uses a plow to dig a trench to serve as
guide in planting.
a. plowing
b. harrowing
c. furrowing
d. planting
20. plants that grow out of place are called ________.
a. Grass
b. Weeds
c. Seedlings d. sedges

II.Matching Type. Match column A to Column B.


__________1. Rake
A. used for spraying insecticides, foliar fertilizers,
fungicides and
herbicides
__________2. Sprayer
B. used for hauling water, manure and
fertilizers
__________3.knife
C. used for watering seedlings
__________4. Axe
D. used for cutting planting materials
__________5. shovel
C. used for levelling the topsoil
__________6. bolo
F. used for removing trash, digging loose soil,
moving the soil from one place to another and for
mixing soil media
__________7. Pruning shears
G. used for cutting bigger size post
__________8. Pail
H. used for cutting branches of planting materials
and unnecessary branches of plants
__________9. Hand fork
I. used for enter-row cultivation
_________10. Sprinkler
J. used for cutting tall grasses, weeds and chopping
unnecessary branches of trees
II.

True or False: Write True if the statement is true and False if the
statement is false.
__________1. Clay loam soil is the best soil for most vegetables.Tools that are worn
out should be separated and fixed immediately to avoid accident.
__________2. Pricking is done to minimize root injury and seedling mortality during
transplanting
__________3. Hot water treatment is one way of sterilizing the soil.
__________4. The best time to water the plants is in the afternoon.
__________5. Seed is a sleeping embryo.
__________6. Oil helps tool to work as intended and will prevent formation of rust.
__________7. When sharpening a tool, the original factory bevel or angle need to be
maintained
__________8. Tools that are worm out should be separated and fixed immediately to
avoid accident.
__________9.Transpalnting is best done in the afternoon.
_________10. Chemically-produced vegetables is hazardous to our health.
Essay:
1. Why is it necessary to use the appropriate farm tools and equipments
in agricultural crop production? 3 pts.
2. What are the benefits of sterilizing the soil and how is it being done? 3
pts.
3. What is the ideal soil medium for germinating vegetable seedlings?
3pts.
4. In sloping areas why is it recommended that fertilizer should be applied
at the upper portion of the slope or above the base of the plant? 2 pts.
5. Why is rain water considered as the best water for our plant? 2 pts.

6. Why is weeding necessary? 2 pts.

Prepared by:
MODESTO S.
CORTES

Republic of the Philippines


Department of Education
Division of Guihulngan City
District of Vallehermoso

PINUCAUAN HIGH SCHOOL


2nd PERIODICAL TEST IN TLE Agriculture GRADE 8
I.
Multiple Choice:
Encircle the letter of the correct answer.
1. This tool is used in cleaning-up the ground and levelling the topsoil.
a. spading fork b. spade c. rake d. pick mattock
2. A farm tool which is used in digging post and holes for planting trees or
large plants.
a. pick mattock b. crowbar c. spade d. bolo
3. A tool which is is used in cutting bigger size post.
a. bolo b. knife c. axe d. pruning shears
4. This tool is used for removing trash, digging loose soil and removing soil
from one place to another.
A. shovel b. trowel c. hand fork d. rake
5. A method of applying fertilizer at planting time by placing fertilizers first in
the soil before sowing the trees or planting the seedlings.
a. side dressing b. topdressing
c. basal d. broadcasting
6. This tool is used in digging hard topsoil, canals and digging stones and tree
stumps.
a. spade
b. crow bar c. trowel
d. pick mattock
7. Leguminous plants like mango and string beans are called soil- improving
crops because
a. they need less fertilizer from the soil
b. they have Rhizobium bacteria in their roots that fix atmospheric
Nitrogen and convert it into form usable by plants
c. they release nutrients into the soil
8. What is the best time to water the plants?
a. early in the morning b. late in the afternoon c. noontime d.
evening
9. The purpose of mixing compost into the soil medium:
a. to supply nourishment for the germinating seed
b. better anchorage of the roots
c. better aeration of the roots
10. An open container with a single wheel at the front and two handles at the
back used to transport things is __________.
a. hand tractor b. tractor c. basket d. wheelbarrow
11. It is a land preparation activity that pulverize the soil and exterminates
the weeds.

a. furrowing
b. harrowing c. plowing d. fallowing
12. It is a method of transferring seedlings from the seedbox or seedbed to
individual receptacle or container.
A. seedling transfer
b. germinating
c. pricking d.hardening
13. it is the method of pre-germinating seeds in a cloth by allowing its radicle
to come out.
a. Immersion method b. Tissue method c. Ragdoll method d.
Test tube method
14. The process by which water is released in the body of the plants through
the leaves into the atmosphere is called________.
a. evaporation b. condensation c. volatilization d. transpiration
15. In applying inorganic fertilizer, it must be covered with soil because the
Nitrogen element easily_________.
a. volatilize b. condenses c. evaporates d. transpires
16. This is the first land preparation activity in keeping the field ready for
planting.
a. harrowing b. plowing c. fallowing d. furrowing
17. It is a method of preserving soil moisture and suppress the growth of
weeds by covering the soil with materials like rice straws, coconut leaves,
cogon and recently the use of plastic.
a. mulching b. composting c. soil cover
18. It is the process by which plants release water from its body through the
leaves into the atmosphere.
A. evaporation b. transpiration c. respiration
d. volatilization
19. A process of exposing the seedling under harsh condition like long
exposure under sunlight and limit water to enable seedlings to adapt field
conditions.
a. hardening b. survival trial c. seasoning
20. A way of destroying or killing the harmful microorganisms in the soil
medium for germinating seedlings.
A. soil fertilization b. soil sterilization c. extermination
II.

Matching type: Match column A with its meaning in column B.


__________1. Side dressing
__________2. Ragdoll

__________3. Pick mattock


__________4. Seedling Tray
__________5. Mulching
__________6. Pricking
__________7. Basal

__________8. Transpiration

__________9. Hardening
_________10. Harrowing

A. Application of fertilizer at the side of the


growing plants.
B. Pre- germinating of seeds in cloth by
allowing its radicle to come out before
germinating it in the seedbox.
C. The release of water from the body of the
plants through the leaves
D. Application of fertilizer at the base of the
plant through the leaves.
E. Second land preparation that pulverizes
the soil.
F. Individually transferring the seedlings from
the seedbox to individual receptacles.
G. Exposing seedlings to harsh conditions lik
full exposure to sunlight and limited watering
to familiarize them to field conditions.
H. A modern receptacle for pricking of
seedlings which can usually accommodate
100 seedlings.
I. A farm tool which is use to dig canals, hard
topsoil, and tree stumps.
J. A method of preserving soil moisture and
suppress the growth of weeds by covering

the soil or around the base of the plants with


rice straws, cogon, etc.
III.

True or False: Write true if the statements is true and false if the
statement is false.
_________1. Tools that are worm out should be separated and fixed immediately
to avoid accident.
_________2. The use of seedbed instead of a seedbox is more applicable in
commercial or large- scale production of vegetables.
_________3. Raised beds or plot method of planting vegetables is more applicable
in sloping areas than in flat areas.
_________4. The use of appropriate arm tools does not increase the work
efficiency of
farm workers.
__________5. Soil sterilization does not have any effect on the growth and health
of vegetables seedlings.
__________6. Contour farming is a farming technology that advocates cultivation
across the slope and implements measures to conserve soil and water.
__________7. Transporting of vegetables seedlings may be done on any time of
the day.
__________8. Sandy loam soil is an ideal soil type for vegetable production
especially during wet season.
__________9. Seed is a sleeping embryo.
__________10. Pricking increase the survival rate of transplanted seedlings.

IV.

Essay Type / Discussion:


1. Why is the scale in estimation and calculation necessary in
Agriculture crop production? 2 pts.
2. Why is it necessary to synchronize seedling production with land
preparation? 2 pts.
3. What are some of the benefits or advantages of pricking seedlings
before transplanting? 2 pts.
4. Why is it necessary to cover the fertilizer (esp. nitrogen fertilizer)
with soil right after application? 2 pts.
5. If you made to choose between organic and inorganic or
commercially produced fertilizer, which do you chose to use in your
farm? 2 pts.

Prepared by:

MODESTO S. CORTES

Republic of the Philippines


Department of Education
Division of Guihulngan City
District of Vallehermoso

PINUCAUAN HIGH SCHOOL


2nd PERIODICAL TEST IN TLE GRADE 9
I.Multiple Choice: Encirle the letter of the correct answer.
1. It is a method of transferring seedlings from the seedbed to individual
container.
a. seedling transfer b. germinating c. hardening d. pricking
2. This is the first land preparation activity in keeping the field ready for
planting.
a. plowing
b. harrowing
c. furrowing
d. fallowing
3. This is the land preparation activity that pulverizes the soil and terminates
weeds.
a. harrowing b. furrowing
c. plowing
d. fallowing
4.The purpose of mixing compost in the soil medium is __________.
a. To supply nourishment to growing seeds
b. better anchorage of the roots
c. better aeration of the roots.
5. A way of killing the harmful microorganisms in the soil medium for
germinating seeds.
a.soil fertilization b. soil sterilization
c. soil extermination
6. A process of exposing the seedling under harsh condition like long
exposure under sunlight and limit water to enable seedlings to adapt field
conditions.
a. hardening b. survival trial c. seasoning

7. It is the process by which plants release water from its body through the
leaves into the atmosphere.
a. evaporation b. transpiration c. respiration
d. volatilization
8. It is a method of preserving soil moisture and suppress the growth of
weeds by covering the soil with materials like rice straws, coconut leaves,
cogon and recently the use of plastic.
a.. mulching b. composting c. soil cover
9. A hedgerow specie which contains the highest source of protein for the
livestock.
a. madre de agua b. madre cacao
c. ipil-ipil d. malunggay
10. It is a method of transferring seedlings from the seedbox or seedbed to
individual receptacle or container like seedling trays, rolled banana leaves
etc.
a.. seedling transfer
b. pricking c. seedling vigor d. harrowing
11. A land preparation activity that create or produce a trench which will
serve as guide in planting.
a. harrowing b. plowing c. furrowing d. fallowing
12. Application of fertilizer at planting time is called_________.
a. sidedressing b. topdressing c. basal d.broadcasting
13. Any material which when applied to the soil or direct into the plant will
supply elements needed for plant growth and development.
a. fertilizer b. soil nutrients c. plant hormones
14. An imaginary line having the same height or elevation across the slope.
a. furrow b. contour line c. center line
15. A farming technology that adopts measures if conserving soil and water
by cultivating along contour lines or across the slope.
a. contour farming b. hillside farming c. integrated farming

II. Matching type: Match column A with its meaning in column B.


____________1. Transpiration
A. Exposure of seedlings to actual field
condition prior to planting.
____________2. Contour Farming
B. Application of fertilizer at the base of
the plant.
____________3. Contour line
C. Covering the soil with materials to
preserve moisture and suppress the
growth of weeds.
____________4. Hardening
D. The release of water from the body of
the plants through the leaves.
____________5. Basal
E. Using cloth to induce germination.
____________6. Ragdoll
F. Implements technologies on farming
across the slope.
____________7. Pricking
G. Imaginary lines having the same
height or elevation.
____________8. Mulching
H. Dormant or sleeping embryo.
____________9. Fertilizer
I. Transfer of seedlings to individual
container.
____________10. Seed
J. Materials that supply elements for
planting growth and development.

III. True or False: Write True if the statement is true and False if the
statement is false.
____________1. Soil sterilization insures that soil is pathogen-free.
____________2. Seed is a sleeping embryo.
____________3. The use of seedbox is more applicable in large- seale
vegetable production.
____________4. Soil originated from rocks.
____________5. Contour farming helped in soil conservation.
____________6. Transplanting of vegetable maybe done on any time of the
day.
____________7. Plot method in growing vegetables is applicable in sloping
areas.
____________8. Clay loam soil has higher water holding capacity than sandy
loam soil.
____________9. Legumes are soil improving crops.
___________10. Usually vegetables seedlings like pepper and eggplant are
ready for transplanting at 3-4 weeks old.
IV.Essay Type/ Discussion:
1. Why is it necessary to synchronize seedling production with land
preparation? (3 pts)
2. How does contour farming helped in soil conservation? (3 pts)
3. What are the advantages of pricking seedling before transplanting?
(3 pts)
4. How to prepare a starter solution (fertilizer) for newlt- transplanted
seedlings? (3 pts)
5. How do you prepare a soil medium for germinating vegetable seedlings? (3
pts?

Prepared by:
MODESTO S. CORTES

Republic of the Philippines


Department of Education
Division of Guihulngan City
District of Vallehermoso

PINUCAUAN HIGH SCHOOL


2ND

Periodical test in TLE-Agriculture Grade 10

Name:_____________________________________
Date:_____________________________
I.

Multiple Choice:
Encirle the letter of the correct answer.

1. Any material which when applied to the soil or direct into the plant will supply
elements needed for plant growth and development.
a. fertilizer b. soil nutrients c. plant hormones
2. It is a method of preserving soil moisture and suppress the growth of weeds by
covering the soil with materials like rice straws, coconut leaves, cogon and recently
the use of plastic.
a.mulching b. composting
c. soil cover
3. A process of exposing the seedling under harsh condition like long exposure
under sunlight and limit water to enable seedlings to adapt field conditions.
a. hardening b. survival trial
c. seasoning
4. A way of killing the harmful microorganisms in the soil medium for germinating
seeds.
a. soil fertilization b. soil sterilization
c. soil extermination
5. A hedgerow specie which contains the highest source of protein for the livestock.
a. madre de agua b. madre cacao
c. ipil-ipil d. malunggay
6. It is a method of transferring seedlings from the seedbox or seedbed to individual
receptacle or container like seedling trays, rolled banana leaves etc.
a.. seedling transfer
b. pricking c. seedling vigor d. harrowing
7. This is the first land preparation activity in keeping the field ready for planting.
a. plowing b. harrowing
c. furrowing
d. fallowing
8. A farming technology that adopts measures if conserving soil and water by
cultivating along contour lines or across the slope.
a. contour farming b. hillside farming c. integrated farming
9. It is the process by which plants release water from its body through the leaves
into the atmosphere.
a. evaporation b. transpiration c. respiration
d.
volatilization
10. An imaginary line having the same height or elevation across the slope.
a. furrow b. contour line c. center line
11. Application of fertilizer at planting time is called_________.
a. sidedressing b. topdressing c. basal d. broadcasting
12. The purpose of mixing compost in the soil medium is __________.
a. To supply nourishment to growing seeds
b. better anchorage of the roots
c. better aeration of the roots.
13. It is a method of transferring seedlings from the seedbed to individual container.
a. seedling transfer b. germinating c. hardening d. pricking
14. A land preparation activity that create or produce a trench which will serve as
guide in planting.
15. This is the land preparation activity that pulverizes the soil and terminates
weeds.
a. harrowing b. furrowing
c. plowing
d. fallowing

II.

Matching Type. Match column A with its meaning in column B.


A
B
___________1. Transpiration
A. A release of water from the body of
the plants
___________2. Contour farming
B. Application of fertilizer at th base of the
plant.
___________3. Contour line
C. Exposure of seedlings to actual field
conditions prior to transplanting.

___________4. Hardening

___________5. Basal
___________6. Ragdoll
___________7. Pricking
___________8. Mulching
___________9. Fertilizer
___________10. Seed

D. Covering the soil with materials to


preserve moisture and suppress growth of
weeds.
E. Implements technologies on farming
across the slope.
F. Using cloth to induce germination.
G. Dormant or sleeping embryo
H. Imaginary line having the same height or
elevation.
I. Transfer of seedling to individual container.
J. Material or substance which supplies one
or more elements needed for plant growth
and development.

III.

True or False: Write True if the statement is true and False if the
statement is false.
___________1. Legumes are soil-improving crops.
___________2. Clay loam soil has high water-holding capacity than sandy-loam
soil.
___________3. Contour farming helps in soil conservation.
___________4. Transplanting of vegetables maybe done at any time of the day.
___________5. Usually vegetables seedling like pepper and eggplant are ready for
transplanting at 3-4 weeks old.
___________6. Soil originated from rocks.
___________7. Soil sterilization insures that the soil is pathogen- free.
___________8. The use of seedbox is more applicable in a large- scale vegetable
production.
___________9. Plot method on growing vegetables is applicable in sloping areas.
___________10. Seed is a sleeping embryo.
IV.

Essay Type/ Discussion.

1. What are some of the benefits of growing vegetables? 3 pts.


2. How does the knowledge of classification of vegetables according to family
helped in pest management? 3 pts.
3. How does crop rotation helped in pest management? 3 pts.
4. What are weeds and why is weeding necessary? 3 pts.
5. Why is it necessary to synchronize seedling production with land
preparation? 3 pts.
6. A news about an incoming typhoon is announced over the radio and
television, as a farmer will you do to minimize the potential damage that the
typhoon bring on your plants? 3 pts.

Prepared by:
MODESTO S. CORTES